Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt is likely to see his role diminish in the coming weeks. He's been a disappointment to this point in his career, and there hasn't been a single piece of positive news surrounding him all season. On Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs, Britt was virtually invisible.
That is to say, he was invisible aside from his noticeable drops and his on reception for nine yards. Britt was targeted six times on the day, and had at least two egregious drops. Said drops have been a big issue for Britt, who hasn't come close to living up to his draft status.
On top of that, Britt was in on just 35 of the team's 69 offensive plays on Sunday. Both Kendall Wright and Nate Washington played more snaps, despite Britt originally being pegged as one of the starters.
Fantasy Impact: Britt's playing time is getting smaller and smaller. The Titans' patience for their young receiver is also getting smaller by the day. His fantasy value, at this point, is non-existent. Britt's career is far from over, but it's hard to imagine him getting any good faith from the Titans and turning his career around with anything less than a drastic change of scenery.